If at all this rule of having places any where is allowed, then while creating username for the second case it should throw error that username is already in use, thereby eliminating possibility of multiple accounts match.
None of these are particular show-stopping issues, so it's just a question of whether you are willing to take the effort/cost required to handle whitespaces properly, and whether you can live with some of the visual differentiation issues with similar whitespaced usernames.
Turns out a rose by any other name does not smell as sweet. Personally, I dislike the name Brett — it sounds too preppy for my taste — and love the name Tiffany.
Perhaps "Tiffany" sounds too innocent to some guys, like someone who would wear a delicate Tiffany's necklace? A representative from The Grade tells me they're not surprised certain names are considered hotter than others but also at a loss as to why people prefer the names they do.
Tinder has released a list of the most right-swiped names of 2016.
These are the hottest names in the UK, according to those behind the dating app.
The question asks for reasons not to use spaces, so the answer is accordingly constructed.
Usernames typically don't contain spaces, so allowing users to type in an invalid input and silently removing the space is overly presumptuous for the UX.Microsoft Windows is a notable example of large-scale software which has allowed spaces in usernames for years.That said, even Microsoft recommends against using spaces in Windows usernames, because of some of the above issues.Those topping the list should be the most likely to get a date.Stack Exchange network consists of 171 Q&A communities including Stack Overflow, the largest, most trusted online community for developers to learn, share their knowledge, and build their careers. Our UX guy is asking us to allow spaces in usernames.
Seven out of 10 guys swipe right to Brianna, the most popular female name tested, while less than three in 10 pick the 87th most popular, Tiffany.